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Tracey Attlee Full Honors military photography and video at Arlington National Cemetery and at military promotions and retirements in the Washington, DC region receives the most beautiful thank you notes and here are a few:
"Ms. Attlee, would like to tell you the Honors Video is outstanding! The quality is first class. Your editing is exceptional. The content selection is well done. My family and I thank you so!" Yolanda
"Thank you so much Tracey! It was a pleasure working with you. I look forward to getting the video and pictures. I'm sure they are just beautiful. I will send a quick note to make sure you know we received them. Thanks so much again. You have been so wonderful to work with in such a tragic time for our family. Thanks again!!
"Tracey Attlee, your photographs of our father's burial at Arlington National Cemetery are simply incredible. My family was blown away how you captured the most important moments as well as shots we would never have thought of. We never knew you were there but the pictures are so up close and personal. You and your husband clearly have a knowledge and respect for this most important military honor. Thanks so much for capturing these memories, being so professional and truly great to work with." John Molli, director, Wells Fargo Bank
"Thank you Tracey Attlee and your husband so much for the beautiful pictures of Dad's Full Honors ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery and the hand delivery of the disc at my front door. Everyone is thrilled with the way you captured the events of the day. The day was something to treasure for sure and you made it possible to keep in our hearts. Thank you so much." Joyce
"Tracey Attlee, you and your husband did a wonderful job of photographing my husband's Honors Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. The only time I saw you was at the very end when we were leaving the ceremony. Your photographs captured so much of what I did not see. I find them comforting and very beautiful. I thank you from the bottom of my heart." Sincerely, Marsha
Gold Star Mothers and all those who have lost a loved one please take note: Tracey Attlee LLC never solicits grieving families with post cards or uninvited telephone calls; she earns referrals based on hard work, word of mouth and her own web site. Please take a good look at the photography and video samples provided by Tracey Attlee on this web page. This is the high quality you can expect in your finished video and photos because Tracey personally hand retouches your photographs and produces your video herself! Wouldn't you like to know who is on your photo and video team well before your event? With Tracey Attlee you always will. Her name is actually written in your contract as your video and photo team lead, with professional architectural photographer Todd A. Smith, USMC retired, assisting Tracey. (see www.tasphoto.com Todd is Tracey's husband.) Thank you and bless you, Tracey Attlee and Todd A. Smith
The above video is a behind the scenes look at the preparation, precision and dignity exhibited by the Presidential Salute Battery (PSB) at each military memorial service in which they perform at Arlington National Cemetery.
Guests at military funerals at Arlington Cemetery of course hear the PSB cannons but generally never see them since the Battery is usually located out of sight of the guests elsewhere on the grounds of the Cemetery.
In this video the PSB honors the memory of Chaplain (Major General) Gaylord T. Gunhus, USA, Retired, 20th Chief of Chaplains of the United States Army at his Full Military Honors Ceremony Friday, April 28, 2017 at Arlington National Cemetery.
Video produced by Tracey Attlee with thanks to SSG Bebee and the entire Presidential Salute Battery for their help and for their faithful service to our nation.
Former White House photographer Tracey Attlee produces high definition fine art video shows that are a popular new alternative to standard video for Army, Navy, USMC and USAF Full Honors Ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery.
Far more creative than standard video, Attlee Photography fine art video shows feature high definition video clips blended with hand retouched photographs and freshly recorded audio from each particular military Honors Ceremony at Arlington Cemetery they cover.
Above is a fine art show sample by Tracey Attlee made as a fitting tribute to American Airman Col. William Lloyd Richards USAF from his Life Celebration at the U.S. Air Force Memorial, Arlington, VA and later that day at his Full Military Honors Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. (Our thanks to the Richards and Ficke families for permitting us to post the show for the benefit of all veterans and their families.)
When Attlee Photography creates a fine art video show for a client, the video, photographs and audio are arranged to honor and glorify the memory of your loved one and their service to our Nation. While we include clips of the family and friends in attendance, the show focus is centered on the protocols and beautiful details of this once-in-a-lifetime, most privileged military Ceremony.
Artistic, high definition, high quality fine art video shows by Tracey Attlee of Attlee Photography, Alexandria, VA are made from the unique sights and sounds of each particular Honors Ceremony at Arlington Cemetery no matter what the weather.
Tracey Attlee and her USMC-retired husband Todd A. Smith, a professional architectural photographer, are highly regarded for their Full Honors military photography and video at Arlington National Cemetery and their top quality Army, USMC, USAF and Navy Promotions and Retirements photos and videos throughout the Washington, DC region. Attlee consistently provides great coverage of military promotion, military retirement and military Honors ceremonies throughout northern Virginia and the Washington, DC region, whether at Ft. Belvoir, Ft. Myer, the National Archives, the U.S. Navy Memorial or Arlington Cemetery.
Tracey Attlee teams with architectural photographer Todd A. Smith to create beautiful documentary of Honors Ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, including fine art video shows that feature freshly captured video clips and live sound they record and produce, illustrated by their own high quality photography. Attlee fine art video shows from Arlington Cemetery Full Honors Ceremonies are impressive in effect and quality because Attlee hand retouches each image and personally produces each video show frame by frame with images, clips and professionally recorded sound she freshly captures at each particular Honors Ceremony. Never a show filled with stock pictures, clips or music borrowed from someone else's event, Attlee fine art video shows from Full Honors Ceremonies at Arlington Cemetery are created uniquely from each event covered, making them a personal treasure for your family for generations.
Tracey's patriotism is family inspired. Her grandfather loyally served the U.S. Army in World War I and her father, Gardner Attlee, was Navy combat wounded WWII. Tracey grew up watching her father struggle with permanent war injuries. Then there is a man she never met, her uncle Mike, lost at sea, KIA, WWII. Every family holiday Tracey's grandmother would go to that special drawer in the kitchen and take out her son's Purple Heart for Tracey and her cousins to see. Her grandmother wanted the grandchildren never to forget their uncle's patriotism and memory. Tracey's grandparents had no opportunity to view an Honors ceremony for their son. A shocking government telegram followed by a grim package of personal effects followed by a Purple Heart medal in the mail was their only farewell.
Anyone who has ever tried Honors photography or videography at Arlington National Cemetery will tell you it is the hardest two hours of work a professional can do, emotionally and physically, especially when complicated by pouring rain, howling winds or swirling snow during the ceremony. But Tracey believes nothing can be as hard as what the deceased's family is enduring. She has respectfully photographed military Honors ceremonies for the last 15 years joined often by her husband Todd A. Smith, a retired US Marine and professional architectural photographer.
Please call Tracey Attlee at 703-751-1778 if your family needs good professional Arlington Cemetery full military Honors photography or videography or memorial funeral service coverage. Tracey Attlee will personally handle and cover your event to be sure you have a beautiful family memory for generations.
Tracey Attlee Full Honors Photography and Videography is recommended by Money and King Funeral Home, Vienna, VA and Joseph Gawler's Sons, Inc., Washington, DC and Murphy Funeral Home, Arlington, VA and Columbia Gardens, Arlington, VA and Funeral Choices of Chantilly, VA, and Demaine Funeral Home, Alexandria, VA and Demaine Funeral Home, Springfield, VA and Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home, Alexandria, VA for professional Full Military Honors videos and photos at Arlington Cemetery, Columbia Gardens, Quantico National Cemetery and other locations in the Washington, DC region.